Since publication, The Apprentice of Fyordorn has been followed by a sequel, The Grain of Truth and a prequel, The Voids of Discovery.
‘It was a tired and exhausted Master of Sarros who finally left the comfort of his chair and walked wearily to the collection of spheres hovering at the far end of the room. They graphically showed the status of his war with Altim. Grimly he was reminded that more were flame red and under Altim’s control than blue and under his protection. How could a tiny speck of sand be the cause of so much bloodshed? But then ‘the grain of truth’ protected by layers of differing magic was said to contain the knowledge of all the known worlds. It was that knowledge that the Grand Master of Altim had vowed to discover at any cost. And it was on the blue sphere representing the world of Erith that the magic that would unlock its secrets might be found.
Shaking his head he made his way to a low table and studied a chequered board on which a number of figurines were displayed. Slowly his hand moved to that of a raven. He held it for a while and then gently placed it on a square already occupied by his eagle. The small blue sphere at the far end of the room shone with a raven’s image. His decisive move had been made. Later that evening seated again in his chair he watched it glow once more. The image of a hawk appeared. The Grand Master of Altim had made his counter move and a Guardian had been put in place.